PANO – The Ho Chi Minh Museum opened an exhibition, themed “Each exhibit, one heart for Uncle Ho” on September 30th to honour and encourage individuals and groups to collect and present documents, images and objects related to Uncle Ho’s life and revolutionary career to the museum.

The exhibition features nearly 200 objects, images and documents selected from 4,000 documents and objects received by the Museum in ten years from different organizations and individuals, at home and abroad.

Opening the exhibition

The main content of the exhibition consists of stories and memories about Uncle Ho, arranged in three topics, namely exhibits from domestic organizations and people, from overseas Vietnamese, and from international friends.

Addressing the opening ceremony, Ms. Nguyen Thuy Duc, Acting Director of Ho Chi Minh Museum, held that “the documents and objects are rich in genres and hold special values, telling touching stories as well as expressing the Vietnamese people’s and international friends’ love and respect for Uncle Ho.”

The museum expects to receive even more attention and contributions from domestic and international organizations and individuals in order to enrich the resources of exhibits about Uncle Ho’s life and revolutionary career.

Translated by Duong Thanh